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to hoist on u.s. that thing was going to pass, we got involved, an organization that i run, patriot voices, we stirred up the pot, got people to pay attention. neil: you are a force, you are a very commanding force it would be in upper tier of perspective presidential candidate. >> i appreciate, that but point is, i do not say that to pat our organization on the back. neilback. >> i want voices of america to be heard. neil: you would be taken more seriously this time, than last time, you couldn't get to nickelodeon last time. >> we had a tough time get something recognition early in the campaign. neil: but once you burst through thank you instant street cred. >> like i said, conservatives will be heard over the next couple years, everyone said that tea party is dead, you even said that republican party is dead, there are a lot of folks who understand the critical times we're in. and this fiscal cliff, not what is happening in january but long-term imagine problems. neil: you can't win being a lighter verdict of them. version of them. >> even during the campaign, i am not being critical of
combined to create middle class in the u.s. was the envy of the world. neil: i agree, but you think n they are over pushing it. >> i think that people are going too far are the governors, who are attempting to really under cut the middle class. neil: how are they doing that but just letting people decide for themselves? >> when unions are stronger, they have the a bum to negotiate on --ability to negotiate on behalf of their members, when i happens, wages go up, and wages for the wle economy goes up, right-to-work states where it is has not helped build new jobs but depressed wages by about 1,500-dollars in every state. >> katie? >> well, i would say that states have right to work laws have a lower unemployment rate than those who do not. in terms of why people are not joining unions, when they have a choice, we have a perfect example. the recall in wisconsin that went wrong, unions spent $20 million on that, they were not successful, now they want to do it in michigan, in wisconsin, it shows why people do not want to join unions their dues are going toward mittal causes -- political
'll beere, so is ralph nader nader. lashing back about how u.s. coanies are taking money out, wait until you hear him let her rip. >> but first the democrat who demanded a voioice and g one, demanded a voioice and g one, did h before copd... i took my son shing every year. we haa great spot, not easto find, but worth it. but witcopd making it hard to breathe, i thought those days might be or. so my doctor prescribed symbicort. it helps significantly improve my lung funcon starting thin five minutes. mbicort doesn't replace rescue inhaler forudden symptoms. with symbicort, today i'm breathing better. and that means...fish on! symbicort is for copd including chron bnchitis and emphysema. it should not be taken more than twice a day. symbirt may increase your risk of lung infections, osteoporosis, d some eye problems. tell your doctor if you have a heart condition or high blood pressure before taking it. with copd, i thought i'diss our family tradition. now symbicort significantly improves my lunfunction, staing within 5 minutes. and that makes a difference in my breathing. tay, we're read r wh
how u.s. companies are taking money out, wait until you hear him let her rip. >> but first the democrat who demanded a voice and got one, did he get an answer? we'll ask. governor jack markel. you stl think yore colder thane? nah. don tell me. tell tiny! [ ice crackli ] [ knuckles cracking ] and o are you supposed to be, ck-up? ndle it. what you looking at? ha! cat-like reflexes... whoa! [ male announcer ] t coors light silver bullet pint. it's bge it's resealable it'still the coldest. don't you do it. don't you dot! [ ma announcer ] frt brewed coors lig. the world'most refreshing er! >> we came apart to make sure that voices and issue we face at governors in the states are heard and considered as part of discussions in washington, president was open to that. said we would continue to have a seat at the table. neil: you know, that expression, a seat at table. you got one, so, you know calm down. issue is do you have any influence what you speak from that seat at that table? speaking with the governor, governor do you think we'll avoid this thing? >> i don't know. the presid
industries who rely on the ports, in and out of u.s. tom: what is the fight? what is the problem? >> well i think there are a number of issues that need to be discussed between the unions. we're not taking issues on any -- positions on any of the issues, everything from container royalties, to jurisdiction issues, and from management side issues with regard to work rules and efficiency, we need all rules need to be on the table and discussionsed but only the parties themselves can do what needs to be done. tom: the longshoremen seem to have a much stronger union than most. unions have seen the better days in the past, but the longshoremen, one report is they make about $125,000 on average, they have all their medical paid for. they are not normal in most labor contracts today. why are they so powerful? is it because of what can happen here as you have whole east coast, all the way around florida into houston? >> i think that is part of it, but unions have worked over the years with management on the contract, what is has been discussed and packages are between the union and management, they
, the germans thought we were crazy. only people not watching this charade in u.s. is the french, they are looking to get out of france because of the tax rate there. the they said only thing france will export in 21 century are millionaires. neil: they all go to belgium, it is obviously for more than just the chocolate. so, where do we stand? the markets have been nearly, if not dismissively going by all this and through all this, assuming i think that a teal would be had -- a deal would be had. tomorrow it looks like a deal will not be had, the they -- mas have turned sharply lower, 74 down in the futures. i am wondering, if that is a signal they could worry this is not a fore gone conclusion, we could go into the new year with no deal. >> i'm thinking, increasingly, that sequestration and going into the new year without a deal is the best possible thing for the u.s., it is the only way you will see spending decreases. you will get revenue increase on top. but hopefully, they will be in better balance, and president and administration are promoting today. neil: knowing you were
mother country against this time no muss cet, u.k. sides u.s. companies like microsoft, and amazon, and starbucks of dodging taxes in the u.k., but all 4 companies are saying what they are doing is legal, and by british financial law, went their rights it is british government's fault for not closing the hoop holes that many of the companies are taking full advantage of. good to have you. >> thank you. neil: what do you make of this? >> put it this contact, for the moment, britain. david cameron came into power. neil: they are sweating a lot. >> they instigated deficit reduction it has been tough times, britain with a double dip recession this year, so, it is all about shared sacrifice, everyone from the queen, doing their bit. neil: does the queen sacrifice? >> she seen as not taking -- but all about everybody on the budget. then you have starbucks that found out, you can't move the starbucks in britain, taking away a lot of traditional british tea shops have you starbucks. it has moved in over a third of coffee shops are starbucks. past 14 years starbucks paid lesser than 1% in c
print real u.s. postage for all your letters and packages. i have exactly the amount of postage i need, the instant i need it. can you print only stamps? no... first class. priority mail. certified. international. and the mail manicks it up. i don't leave the shop anymore. [ male announcer ] get a 4 week trial plus $100 in extras including postage and a digital scale. go to stamps.com/tv and never go to the post office again. ♪ tom: washington still fighting over the debt deal. farmers are worried about dairy deal. the farm bill is set to expire at the end of the year along with everything else that is going on. the senate agricultural committee chairwoman ushing for a short-term extension to avert the cliff. but if that does not happen, no prices -- milk prices to go up to $8 per gallon. the supermarket group on how this is going to turn consumers soured. you bet that would. that's about double. >> it is about double. it will increase, hopefully not. you are between three and $4 a gallon. it is not just about melt. this is a food cliff. we talk about the financial cliff. keep in min
stocks that have increased. what did i tell you? what about the u.s. government becoming a one step spying shop? it's true. well, not quite like that. anyway, new rules are giving the green light to look at everything from your mortgage records to your flight records and even your health records. for whatever reason. even if you are not suspected of a crime. your information is not being looked at by the u.s. government. but it is shared with foreign countries as well. our next guest says this is crossing the line. when i heard about this, i didn't believe it. it is so blatantly horrible it that can't be happening. why do you insist it is? >> the worst thing is that the government had all this data to throw into this big pot in the first place. there was this sort of notion that somehow there would be firewalls and dispatched it would be kept separate. this is a great lesson. never believe the government when they said we promise to be good stewards of your information. they are buying. neil: i do agree with you on that. i always wondered in this age where everything is available, f
for a hit against u.s., or hit gain values we told deep, if it is politically correct they are fine, if it is not forget it. neil: so much for that nobel prize for me. >> neither one of us will get it. neil: klein is buying, -- china is buying, this is getting insane. >> we mean it, santa knows, prices are insane! hit my me, t me [ laughter ] neil: those predicts within 50 years china could be premiere financial economic giant, they have moved it to 20 years, and it is getting less and less time as we speak, so within 20 years, china eclipses us as the financial juggernaut of the world, carlos gutierrez, what do you make of that? >> they reduced growth rate to about 5% of out years, they must be making low assumptions about u.s. growth rate, but this is a wake-up call we have to be thinking about the future, for some reason, the report talks about a governnnce gap. i think we have a political crisis that stems from the fact that we can't seem to -- to look forward, we're always solving yesterday's problem or today's crisis, but we have to start looking to the future, we have an imm
, and i believe the school district is heavily vicariously liable because if u.s. supreme court has been clear. students do not check their constitutional rights at the schoolhouse gate. the supreme court has already knowledge, the united states supreme court, that student dress is a form of free speech that cannot be restricted unless the school can show, with evidence but tangible evidence, that address will cause a substantial distraction in the school. this teacher had an agenda. she did not agree with this students believe and decided to bully her. the person that -- the people that we entrust our students with, the perpetrators of the crime here. tom: that is a very good point. and i mean, it is the bullying that i am curious about. you can't let -- she said that she was bullied because of this whole situation. does the school have a responsibility to help prop? >> the school does have a responsibility to help prop. they met with herkimer family. they're doing everything they can. the school did not promote this attitude. i agree. freeespeech is protected by the first amendment. st
all the employees, whether or not they are members of the union. neil: i mean, not the u.s. are -- i talked to lawyers all the time. i never understand you guys. you are so brilliant. there is an argument to be made that they're not part of the union or could benefit from a government they make, so there might be a stipulation for nonunion union members, do you know what i mean? >> plus break this down and make it simple. neil: i like that. it's very effective. go on. neil: employees had to pay a very small percentage of their income to the unions for representation. as a result of this law, it will no longer be mandatory for employees to make those payments. as a result, the unions will be representing all of the employees, but without necessarily being paid. it will become a voluntary basis, whether or not these employees want to pay a couple of hundred dollars per year. neil: that is exactly right. do you agree? >> i believe -- is all about choice, giving employees and workers a choice. if the unions decide that they want to change the way they handle things, then that is on them.
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